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KLAMATH PALM, OREGON, MONDAY DECEMBER 9, ISIS
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eneMO, JWH WBnanT.
w'aBBi i'ahsfeBnt.
FlGt?
Was John Weeks Victim of Murder
A 4-
'Indian's
MONEY TRUST IS
UP ON CHARGE OF
t
0WNIN6PROBERS
JHSNKHOTA ttlMIIUIHHMAN AMKH
committee pkihiiiei:h
FER6US0N
IS
RECORD
BREAKER
AH COMMIKHIO.NKH IDIt ii.vci.i-:
HAM, in: (IKTM up .iKPeitt:
IIIIIUKI'AKT AM) KTAIITH A
PIIIHO.VMt TO ItMlTI.ANII JAIL
Chargr U Mado Ttuil M of Mem
Wn Arr IMrrrtly ttmarrtnl WK'i
the Wry Maltrr Which Thry Arr
Xoh wf llgallMg 8rwale I !!
awCul In Tae Humi Atiluii In a
tlmtl Time
I'tlltd Press Service
WASHINGTON, I).
I.'.. Dec.
"Tbtrn tio been rousUUnt mil h'
The dlitlnitloti of lioMIni the rarll-
Mt court smalnn In Oregon gos to
United Slate t'mnmttaloner C'limlm
J, Frrguiou, an a result uf Hie pro
ceeding ho ticlil tlili tnorntim In Ilia
rase ii f J oo l.opci, Iho Mttlruii ar
reted uii a charge of tMiotlrKiilDK.
The hjmIoii commenced at T o'clock
(Mi mornlriK, nnl Mpe Ictt for Port
land In charge of Deputy U. H. ailr-
9. itml tlrimtli on Itio morning train.
(lrliml. fH.iift lirM lrtilliv nvptilnv
III. .doits lii eiuUMM IliU Inquiry a Kfl , ,lfi0liert tul ho km uii
Mliird ltiirrnttlro I'ujo ef:
- UaltUna, clilWn uf Ilia luoiir)
I Irmt rub nimMllIro lu n Ulcmciit
Mr. I'ujo ircxllclrl tlmt tntorUt
bgUUlloii ouM follow Hie rotc. t)Y,,r , (, .ir ,tlon of Ilia fed
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n
from Ilia rcrrvtlon In lima for n
hrarlnc HatunUr. HunJar Uio
nitrrcO to waive hli lirirlns, ami at 1
o'clock IliU inoriiliif lm n bounil
uU.i.iiiiuc.1 t i'Mon '! crand Jury.
Law's Delay Must be
j;
Changed by Statute
Power of Attorney's to Stipulate for
a Continuance of a Cause Re
sults in Hardship to Citizens
j Thtrn n(cra la bo a vury well
f fcancd Idea amon llio advanced
': UlnVtr lu tlio country Hint tlio dl
MtUfactlon manlfet4 aitaluit tlit
t Kwcnt Judicial ayatem, liaa lla rUo
, Mt mucli In llio ayatem aa tlio
.ttUN of ltiuA ayatem. Aak tli aver-
M layman lo olnl out lila cliluf ol-
tMllon to tlio ireul procedure nud
,U will tell you It la duo to tlio dvluy
'( Ut may bo oipcctcd when mui K"o.
lialo court, to rcdrea a wroii, Till
Ua ilvcn rla lo thouiand. of cum
Y, Ulfi(i that do nut touch tlio real
' .trouble, among which will appear Iho
: rcrilt nf lii.la Mricnrapy of U IIOU-
j,NrlUau bench, recall of Judlclul do
fi fbloni. and ao on down tlio Hue.
. They nolut lo the additional fact
iiife, ,i.. i.u. i. ....mj-.i .... inifllllona
win w ii, iuuhuvu w. "-
-. od rulra that liavo no iilace In mod
Vrn tiitalnoM. 'To a careful obervcr
' all thla haa been and la a protect
ncalntt tho nrrdlrna and unu.uat do-
laya that are manlfrat In every court
of Juitlce. Aa lonit aa attorneya may
llpulatn to delay a matter for an In-
WHY IS A FAKER?
6ET
THE
POINT
ID.
Xurtiiweatfra, lice. !!
"Out or twenty-fire man under s
umlimtlon when the Jury la the Altai
trial waa being drawn thla week, all
but onti dated that they had reed the
account or the caae In the Northweet
crii, That one aald that he had reed
the account lu The Herald. He eeld
that hv look the Northweaters, bat
happened to read of that caae la the
evening paper.
"It waa Intereatlng to hear the mea
drawn ou the venire, when they were
iiuoitloned aa to their knowledge of
tho case. One after another, la a
steady stream, they alt aald that they
lead tho Northwestern
TbeTrMli
The court recorda ehow that there
wore but flfloen tenlreasea ceiled to
the Jury box In the Altai cam ap to
December 1th. One of these, E. H.
DuFautt, waa not examined, aa he la
n witness In the case. The court ex
cused htm without a question.
Hammy reminds one of little Willie,
who csmo homo one day and told hli
mother that he had aeen COO doga
down town. Ilia mother waa a trlfli
sceptical. She soon Induced her son
to admit thai ho had aeen but 200
dogs, and persistent questioning
brought out the fact that the lad bad
actually aeen "our dog Tray and an
other dog.
CHU H . . ""
TIUIK, TIIKHK CAN BK ONLY ONK LKADINO NKWHPAPKR IN ANY
COMMUNITY, ANII THAT FAFKIl IH INVAKIAHliT ibis u.ir.
THAT IH HKI.IAHI.lt.
THE
TRHTH
ALWAYS
FAYS
ADVBRTiaRR V
MRS. CAMPBELL
PASSES AWAY
MOTIIKIt OK WKLL KNOWN KLAM
ATH KAI.IJi MAN IMKH IN KAHT
HHX CANAIIA HON WAK AT
TIIK IIKATH HCKNK '
Mrs. l-auxhlln Campbell, mother of
I). II. Caumbell of this city, died
Sunday morning at her home la St,
Tliomas. Canada. A telegram to thla
LilTi'd was welvod by Mrs. J. 8. Kl-
lloit from Campbell, who waa at hla
mnlhor'a bedside when ahe passed
away. Mrs. Campbell, woo ie over
70, haa been In poor health for eonie
lime, and her aoa waa summoned
liiimo several weeks ago.
MrCaM MdaW Refer
Aa error waa mado ta Saturday's
Issuo of the Herald regarding M. A.
McCall of the Mc achoot faculty be
ing cboaen aa referee of the Central-
Riverside football Kama Sunday. In
stead, Forrest Pell referecd the game.
Huperlatendent Dunbar or tne city
schools stated this moralag that the
game waa not authorised by the
school authorities, but the teachers
have bo Jurisdiction over the puplH
on Sunday.
ALIEN CASE IS
FINALLY STARTED
JURY M SEMCCTKR AFTER SEV-
krai bayb' examination,
mannino makmh opknins
ktatkm:nt to jury
Ostrich Plumea, sold retail at
u'luilraale tirlcee. Ixivers of flno
-0t
Vrd o. Meloy la In the city from
What Is want- hla ranch on the Merrill road. Ho
brought In a load of fine potatoes lor
a local grill
...,.- .i .., . ,ri win nitllc. nlumee. don't' mlsa sending for our
i..i. .,.ni inei, .lav on a succes- mtalogue. California Ostrich Plume
Hon from an nlliirncy for either party Co.. SSS Oeary at.. Baa Fraaclaeo.
and after n trial a court may take any
time within which to decide a matter
.i.... in,! ilii urnrnt iiractlcn will
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Icontlnuo In disrepute
L.i ( m.i it revolution In rules of vl-
denco or pleading, but some rational
ptau of hearing and disposing or bull
iua that comes to n court, tho aamo
sort of business management that one
would expect to see In other depart
tut', Courts deal with tho most vital
tiuslness matters, nud they should
deal wllh theso In a business way.
Would It no! bo well to pass a law
requiring every caio lo ho tried with
in a certain tlmo after the filing of
'(Continued from page 3)
ICE SKATING IS
NOW THE THING
UPPER LAKE PRRE3HM OVER
ANII YOUNO PEOPLE ENJOV
AN AFTERNOON ON THE ICE.
FIRKT OF THE 8KA80X
Klamath Fa'lU people enjoyed their
first sUstlng for the winter yesterday,
when a number of young people liv
ing at Shlpplngton spent the day skat
ing close to the shore on Upper Lake.
Tbo lake Is froxen between the boat-
house and the Klamath landing.
where the water Is sot disturbed by
currents, and It la possible to skate
TEDDY TO 6ET
CALIFORNIA VOTE
HKCKETARY OF STATE TO MAKE
OFFICIAL COMMUNICATION TO
THE GOVERNOR WEDNESDAY.
WALLACE LEADS
SACRAMENTO. Dec 9. Secretary
of State Jordan announced today that
(tin official election certificates would
probably go to (lovernor Johnson on
Wednesday.
iHnu infn.Mai rafttiiraa Ifir
Saturday do not chaage the figures, ball'a Intention to attend the forest
Wallace, progressive elector, la leaa- nre ngniers convenuon, uui u. n
lag the other electors by 174 Totea. (unable to be present.
of mishap.
The Jury la the ease of the state ts.
llobert Allea, eaarged wlU.ralslM a
check from 12 to 1200 and eaebmg It,
waa aelecUd today, and thU aftermoen
the examination of wltaeaaea ee
menced. II. M. Manning rereeeaU
the sUte and C. M. OaeJU the defend.
The Jury selected la eomaoasd of
Archie Hemline. Charles Leemts, Al
bert Johns, 8. C. Eastwood, Charles
Thomas, II. A. Talbot, John Hagel-stela,-
Alex Cheyne Jr., H. L. Begaja.
J. II. Short, Frank Dewalng, T. A.
Harrows Jr.
Out of the venire of eight regntar
Jurymen drawn Friday and wmtnoa
ed to appear Ula.meraJac. enly twe
talesmen were) aeleeted. A aneetal ve
nire VaJ neeentery to eomnleU the
Jury.
&t
INQUIRY WlL BE
HFIR Tfl BY THF
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cause wfcm
FIORT WaWNRSeMT NffMR WasS '
FATAL raia t ty
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DetMh Cewsea te Yen nmdanmn'ln
loenl MieySel Wsir ameam Mmmt
Tsalam r ef Tienbis Wnlit. Oiant f
red an Leeal Lteery lain. Ban . c',
ejrMas J' MMe AJMVMCIMInM nVPml
Uw Klamath reaariea lai at tine)
Dleekbam bsaf Rei nmtnAgbA, ag4 a- .
daytan;enleewllwfi mlmtftiatm .' , K
C'LAil-.' '- '
anyantlsm wllA he) lhant
r4UOea. 0fN4aT WmWOPaJm
rew'aa
reetlgnUen ttOI
icssKssrsmsm
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s
Skidoo District is
Lacking New S
. 1 5
Boarding House Keeper AttadMp
House of Learning in Swan Lake i
Section. Wanto Board BUI
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The oft-argued qutc. "la tket any
.. .L, I...1. U ...fc ?"
, . iiucn inius tt
between these two poInU without fear twmm to be settled ao f ar aa Lower
Mr. and Mrs. Jackson F. Kimball
have returned from a visit In Seattle
Portland, Spokane and other North
western cities, where they have been
visiting for some weeks. It waa Kim
MANNING
i.
WILL
ASK FOR PAROLE
M'UTY IHHT.IUOT ATTORNEY IH
OP OPINION THAT MONTH IN
I'KN WII.1Y I1M KNOUHH VOH
i HOWE AND MOOHK
; f wpmy Hiierin luko waiaer
! lUllil II-I...I a..,.. U.ralol flrlf-
"r. ,HII4 !9MIMi -
I' Mh left this morning for Balom and
rouiund, taking, with them Jm
Hewn . iM..-..r.um aantall-
j TT BerU vs avVfrnBtmai , cmjTa wa
I -- aw MCTB irUBjm UHf W
I k tl. .- . U..H..O fpi.Atf ilia
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ryre In their cuetody Joa Lodm.
si.., . - ...:- . ,.j..ai
wreaa, WRO;mll'iaca wii""
d Jury on nebargi l,ltftduc
"M liquor oi the Ktaauta Indian rea
MtaUon.
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nmiutv District Attorney Horaco
Miiniilnir. who upneari'd for tho stato
nt tho trial of Howe and Moore, stat
ed this morning that ho would recom
mend at the expiration of n monin
that tho two men bo parollod.
Ilowo and Mooro wore convictea or
stealing n couplo of 3B cent ahirts
from a local atoro. Thoy tiavo ni-
rendy served a couplo of months In
tho county Jail,
Stone has Plan Which
Favors the Sportsmen
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State Fish and Game Commissioner will Make Recom
mendation to Legislature. It is Being Planned by
Mr. Stone for a Reduction of the License
Swan Lake School District No. SI M
concerned, for ever alace the district
enumerated with the combination of
dlgiu which la popularly accepted aa
a cue for a aulck exodua started work
on Its new achool building, there nave
been a number of unusnal tappea-
lags.
In the first place the district Issued
bonds tor a new building, nnd It waa
erected, but although tho building la
on tho school property, and w com
pleted, It does not belong to the die-
trlst, aa the directors would not ac
cent It. In the second place, although
the building and the expenaea con
nected with 1U construction are the
property of the contractor, he eaanot
sell, remove or otherwise dispone of
the building, because It baa been at
tached for an alleged debt. Aa one
Swan Lake resident puts It. R'a a ease
of "Twenty-three for alt hands."
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spsawaB
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Twegd. ,
t r- .
The centtnet for tho
the bnlldinaTawaa nwntded t
Evan,, bat when R wai
the dlreetora refuted to
building, stating that tho
It Ions had not been earrtod onC
haa been aomo dhwnte
three aa a result of thla aetloa.
upholding tho dlreeton. othora atgd-
IBS inv law ninas mv
cepted and tho eontmetor paid. -- .
The latest ehaateir to tho hiasjaai
lagn of Sfclddoo Dmtrlet won addndl
thU mominc. when P. aVBtttoa SM
suit ahut IrnuM. and attaehod o'
building that la Panning ao ainoh aga
UUoal In hU eomplnlnt; 'Mod to
Kaaaoa9- Oroeaheek. Stttea "aWanea
that ho boarded Brana and hla on.
pentera dnrtng'tho .Uine .thor.iairo
employed In buMdiac ttw aehool, OsWl
that there la due htm .. ,'
a awJ nsmVHMHmHBlaBa l HJ , pHJHOJHnna J'jHt
DIstrlH It nro'rhMBJnMt wr at the
"Uree R'a" aarf the font of tbo oMno
of study In the otdMhool bonne. 'ik
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Mr. and Mrs. Sam Summers and
Mr. and Mrs. Nate OtUrbeU went to
Uonanxa Sunday. Mr. Bummers weat
to view' the new Bcaaan bridge' aad
road work being done la that vlelalty.
while the rest of the party went, to
help him, look. . ,
Hearing In Progretm
Muii a numbor of parties who nro
,.bi.,o. wnlnr from I .out Illver wern
In thla city today to present proofs of
tholr wator rights to Superintendent
James T. Chlnnock of tho Second Wa
ter OlvUlon. The holders are auh-
milting their title to unmnoca, aui
upon hla return to Balom, the tltloa
will bo examined, and It found aatla
factory, cortldcatee as to their rlghta
will bo lued by tno aiaio
hoard.' . . ,
Tomorrow Chlnnock goes to, Ho.
nansn to conduct a similar hearing.
nr .nodal Interest to tho residents
of Klamath county la the announce
ment mado today by Stato Fish and
(lumo Commissioner Charles F. Stone
ii.. t ti... rammlsslon will make a rec
ommendation to the legislature that
a chnngo bo made In the statute con
cerning tho paying of licensee by non
resident sportsmen, so that Instead of
paying flu for tho privilege oi Burn
ing and IB for nanlng, residents or
California can flan and hunt here by
paying tho regular license tee of II
for a game or n license.
ThAr haa been considerable pro-
... .ih. nart of non-residents, es
pecially Callfornlans, amoe a oiseriw-;
Inatlon was mado against non-rest-
douta," aald Mr, Stone'. "Tho com
mission la In favor of making aomo
reciprocal arangement that will bene
t the anortsmen ot thla atnto aa well
as other states, and will request the
game authorities of Washington, Ida
ho and California to make n non-resi-i.ii
onnmuinn to Oreioa anortamen
in return to? Oregon removing the
non-resident license loo tar reetooau
of these adjoining atatea." '
"Whether or not tneao owua .win
agree to do so," ho continued, "we
will make the recommendation .Jet
j)h reduction to the legislature. In
stead or paying t nnn tie ir
privilege ot hunting and Ashing la
this state. Callfornlans will be given
licenses for II. providing they, show
thnt they wore Issued n license lu
their home state."
On account of the large number ot
anglers and hunters who come ere
every year to enjoy me spieauHi -ln
and. shooting, this reduction In
the non-resident lleenae foe will help
to bring ntoro aporumon nere, mere
haa been much complaint regarding
the high license fee on the part of
sportsmen visiting nere, ana iw re-
..,.! a.ll)t.i,l1d wllh llAtlBht hV
the many sportsmen who visit here
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MORGAN M
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The Infant son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Jan
Dixon, who reside on the Merrill
road. ausUlnea h badly lacerated
hand Sunday morning by. getting nta
t.MJ Mu.k, In a diAr niVAM luMhttftlhk
the child to this city, aatM.lnjnry
waa attenaea ny ur, Mammon,
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W("a n Mtl j n
Dr. Hamilton rsiMrhi the birth ad
daughters to 'lnaaoMra. BTd
Kenyon Sunday Burning. ThU.la'Uo
drat' child In tho Kenya . afar
accoramg , o, tno iotmw.rwiiniii
mn..rne girt
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